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Davidisms - Enthusiasm Comes from God

Would you describe yourself as enthusiastic? Usually upbeat? Expectant? Hopeful?


Or, do you lean more toward indifference? Apathy? Half-heartedness? Despair?


Your attitude matters to God.


Consider the word “enthusiasm.” It comes from two Greek words: En and Theos. Meaning “in God.” Enthusiasm exists in the hearts of those who believe and abide in God. Because Christ is in us, the hope of glory (Col. 1:27).


Therefore, if God lives in us, we should be the most enthusiastic people on the planet!


We have a power that resides in us - the same power that raised Jesus from the dead (Rom. 8:11). His power allows us to do all things by his strength (Phil. 4:13).


Be in God. God in you.


When you do, you’ll have enthusiasm for life like never before.


Because enthusiasm comes from God.

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